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Neurosatz 12-03-2017 08:31 PM

[Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
Finally got a real pair of mixing headphones. Looking for some feedback on an old track that I decided to edit. :)


A.M 12-03-2017 10:39 PM

Re: [Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
That's a pretty decent mix you have there, though it needs a little something added I think.

The structure seems OK to me..it's just the drums sound a little weak..or maybe it's just the kit you went with..but it sounds a little "hollow" and 80s..might need little touch of distortion on them to give em more life.

Also think about adding some other elements, like transitionary sounds to add movement to the track and help give it a bit more sonic depth overall.

Still..good work, mate..nice one. :drinks:

Neurosatz 13-03-2017 06:11 AM

Re: [Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
Thanks for the feedback! :) I've been looking around for some better drum plugins recently, I'll be getting Logic Pro soon which supports VSTs unlike Garageband which I'm currently using. Transitions have always been a weak part of my tracks, definitely something I'll have to keep working at!

A.M 13-03-2017 04:54 PM

Re: [Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Neurosatz (Post 1439530)
Thanks for the feedback! :) I've been looking around for some better drum plugins recently, I'll be getting Logic Pro soon which supports VSTs unlike Garageband which I'm currently using. Transitions have always been a weak part of my tracks, definitely something I'll have to keep working at!

Cool.

So, are you working with anything else, other than Garageband? I've never used it myself, so I can't comment on it, but I hear it's pretty easy to work with..and I mean that in a good way. Though I've read it can also be a little limiting, though again, no personal experience, so I can't judge how true any of that is or not.

Still, moving to Logic is probably a good move anyway..though be prepared for a bit of a learning curve if this is your fist time working with it. There's some guys on here who can help you if you get stuck with it..so don't be afraid to ask for help fi you need it..OK? ;)

Mario D 13-03-2017 09:45 PM

Re: [Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
I think you have a lot of potential, but you are not using right softwares :) So much stuff out there, if you ever start to explore all that, you could really make great music.

Neurosatz 14-03-2017 02:59 AM

Re: [Dance] Neurosatz - As Stars Collapse
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by A.M (Post 1439548)
Cool.

So, are you working with anything else, other than Garageband? I've never used it myself, so I can't comment on it, but I hear it's pretty easy to work with..and I mean that in a good way. Though I've read it can also be a little limiting, though again, no personal experience, so I can't judge how true any of that is or not.

Still, moving to Logic is probably a good move anyway..though be prepared for a bit of a learning curve if this is your fist time working with it. There's some guys on here who can help you if you get stuck with it..so don't be afraid to ask for help fi you need it..OK? ;)

The only software I'm currently using is Garageband, and I'm beginning to notice its limits in certain areas. I've researched a good amount on Logic and it shares some similarities to Garageband in terms of layout, so getting started shouldn't be too difficult, but I know that there's a lot beneath the surface. I'm sure I'll be asking around for help once it arrives. :)


Quote:

Originally Posted by Mario D (Post 1439617)
I think you have a lot of potential, but you are not using right softwares :) So much stuff out there, if you ever start to explore all that, you could really make great music.

Thanks mate! :)


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